Question about Philips VR540 VHS VCR
Hi. If I play the video casette with Philips VR540 VCR. Everything is OK, but video cylinder motor slowly go round. Why, what's happened ? The motor went to bad or motor sensor or servo control ? Can I measure something ? Others are OK.
Nope, the only thing you can do is make sure the cylinder motor has the proper B+ on it and replace the cylinder motor if the voltage is correct, but to tell you the truth a new unit would most likely be less expensive the a nes cylinder motor. hope this helps. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
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